The purpose of this blog is to provide useful information about Triangle real estate and the real estate business in general for my clients and the interested geeks out there. I fit writing into the nooks and crannies of life (which is pretty busy!), so forgive me if my posts are sporadic.
Why is Sup Dogs in downtown Chapel Hill always slammed, y’all? That’s a topic for another time, but when strolling past there recently, I thought that the Sup Dogs craze (and the empty restaurant next door) provides a good analogy for understanding current buyer psychology.
We’re back with part two of our Minimalism series! We’re continuing to tackle the mountain of stuff we surround ourselves with and the effect it seems to have. Whether that’s in the form of gifts for others, a little retail therapy for ourselves, or filling our homes with things we want but may not need, we’re all guilty of buying too much. I find that when I aim to simplify, I’m also granted the opportunity to get more creative in what I give, receive, and ask for. I love the idea of thoughtful consumption, and I’ve found it really takes some practice.
As y’all know, we LOVE the Frank Gallery, so it only seemed fitting to include a feature on a Frank Artist in each of our Design Guides. Our Summer Guide featured Shelly Hehenberger – read on to learn more about Shelly, her artistic process, and to see some of her work!